Introducing, Jagjeet Sharma
Broken Keys Publishing & Press is proud yet another expansion to our already incredible lineup of local literary giants!
Ottawa is rich with literary talents and influences, and it is truly an honour to welcome Jagjeet Sharma!
Jagjeet Sharma is a freelance journalist, poet and author. She hosts a weekly radio show in Ottawa along with a team of dedicated volunteers on CKCU 93.1fm.
She has three collections of poems to her credit. Nature's Subtle Seductions, published 2018; Fragments, published 2019. Raindrops, her third collection was launched in June 2020.
COVID 19 Chronicles - Reflections on the 2020 pandemic was published in November 2020. This anthology, a limited edition, was launched in December 2020. It was initiated by the Ottawa Ethnic Media Forum (OEMF) with support from the Media Club of Ottawa. COVID 19 Chronicles Part 2- Road to Recovery anthology was published December 2021.
Jagjeet has contributed to several publications, the Ottawa Independent Writers’ anthology, “Short stories for a long year,” 2020; “Ottawa Rising,” 2022; Broken Keys Publishing anthology, Love & Catastrophē Poetrē, 2021; the Glebe Report (Ottawa);Apt 613, and The Canadian Literature: A quarterly of Criticism and Review.
She is an Ottawa Independent Writers’ (OIW) ex-board member; a member of the North Grenville Writers’ Circle; a founding member of the Ottawa Ethnic Media Forum, and a member of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA). She won the CEMA award for journalistic excellence 2021 in the print category.
She is currently working on a collection of short stories, another collection of poems, COVID-19 Part 3 anthology, and other projects.
Broken Keys Publishing will be releasing a collection of her poems titled Under A Maple Tree in very early 2023.